New technologies, old-fashioned tracking techniques blended as rhino poaching battle heats up
July 8, 2013 Editor 0
It’s an ominous sound, and a surprising one: a loud boom on a late Wednesday afternoon that ripples across the vast, quiet grassland next to the Mozambican–South African border fence. The sound, like a small explosion, is probably that of a high-calibre hunting rifle.
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